Leiomy Maldonado

ballroom veteran and celebrity judge on HBO Max’s “Legendary”

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The reality competition “Legendary” recently debuted on HBO Max. It’s about the world of ballroom — posing, voguing, hair whips and backflips.

‘Legendary’ spotlights voguing, underground ballroom culture

The reality competition “Legendary” recently debuted on HBO Max. It’s about the world of ballroom — posing, voguing, hair whips and backflips.

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